As a Brownfields Project Manager, Brian helps community-based clients with reusing properties that may have been directly or indirectly impacted by soil, surface water, groundwater, and/or sediment contamination. He has over 20 years experience in federal/state environmental agencies and industry. Brian currently manages a multitude of Brownfields competitive grants situated in Florida and South Carolina, as well as the Florida's Brownfields 128(a) Grant and the Seminole Tribe (Florida) Brownfields 128(a) Grant. Brian's grant experience includes: 1) serving on an array of EPA regional/national grant evaluation panels, including brownfields; 2) successful grant-writing efforts totaling $715,000 (outside the EPA); and 3) coordinating/co-leading the Region 4 National Brownfields Ranking Panels. He has also served as the interim Regional Brownfields Coordinator, Chair of the Region's Environmental Justice Team, Chair of a National multi-Agency Task Force to promote community revitalization issues, and volunteered in a leadership capacity with several non-profit agencies. Brian is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering.